On any given weekend, you will find a great community or farmers market being held in the Phillip Island and Bass Coast region. From Gippsland’s finest, freshest produce and food to clothing, local arts and crafts. Each local market has its own unique atmosphere and own specialty products.
Farmers' Markets are designed to bring local fresh food and produce direct from the farmer to you!
Coal Creek Farmers' Market is a Victorian Farmers' Market Association Accredited market. Bring the family down to Coal Creek and meet your local growers and produces and pick up your fresh produce.
The Island Craft Market theme is Make, Bake and Grow. Profits from the market are returned for local community needs.
Cowes Market on Chapel for craft, clothing, produce and your favourite trash and treasures on the fourth Saturday of each month.
A lively, vibrant market bringing together an eclectic mix of designers, artists, craftspeople and gourmets from Phillip Island and throughout Victoria.
Grantville Market has a large variety of stalls including second hand items, antiques, food and much more. So bring the family as there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy!
Come down to "The Glade" at Inverloch and meet your local farmers and producers. You will taste the difference!
The Inverloch Farmers' Market is run by Regional Farmers Markets and packed full of fresh regional produce. Pop down to "The Glade" with the family and enjoy all the market delights.
Hosted by the Inverloch Rotary Club, the market is held in and around the Inverloch Community Hub. Plenty on offer for the entire family, pop down and enjoy everything on offer.
Kongwak Market is a diverse market with Indian food and musicians playing all day. Browse the vintage and collectables plus much more each Sunday.
St Augustine's Church host a Cuppa and Chat Market each month on a Friday and Saturday, be sure to pop down and support your local community or simply pop in for a cuppa and chat.
Wonthaggi Business Association are excited to bring local producers, farmers and arts and craft makers to the Wonthaggi town centre.